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Top 5 Smartphones to Buy Below 5K in 2015

There are plenty of Smartphones made available in this world and to reduce the mobiles competition followed by the sales promotions, the mobile makers are drastically reducing the cost of it. However, the competition for the budget range mobiles are even gets lower prices categorically. We are here to discuss about the Top 5 mobiles that comes under the price tag of 5K in India.
Top 5 Smartphones to Buy Below 5K in 2015
Top 5 Smartphones to Buy Below 5K in 2015
Karbonn Sparkle V:

This 4.5 inch mobile comes under the 5K and it is really priced at just Rs.3999/-and it is really worthy for the price it is mentioned. The display of the mobile is made available with IPS technology along with the resolution of 480*854 pixels indeed. The quad core processor of the mobile gives you the power of enjoying faster response to your queries with the speed of 1.3GHz. The 1GB RAM makes you to make amazing multitasking at its best. This mobile is also enabled with better camera at both the ends i.e. 5MP camera at the rear and VGA front snapper.

ZTE Blade Qlux 4G Mobile:

This should be considered as the India’s cheapest mobile with the 4G LTE support for sure. This mobile is also enabled with quality features like, 4.5 inches of IPS Display followed by Quad core processor of 1.3GHz from MediaTek. The mobile software system is taken care by Android Kitkat OS and supported well with the 1GB RAM for the incredible multitasking.

Spice Dream UNO M498:

This mobile is also termed as “Spice Android One” and it has all the promising features for the budget mobiles. The 4.5inch IPS technology followed by 2 years free upgrade services to the operating system and now it is runs on the latest Android 5.1 Lollipop categorically. The 1GB RAM coupled with the MediaTek Quad Core CPU helps the mobile to run effectively to your queries indeed. The 5MP rear camera along with the 2MP front snapper will make you to keep your photo taking skills at its best. You will also get the finest battery backup with the 1700mAh stuff.

Moto E:

Though Motorola launched its 2nd generation Moto E mobile in the market, The fame of the 1st generation Moto E never fades away and hence there are few stocks available in the online market for the Moto E 1st generation device. The lack of front faced camera is the only major negative aspect of this mobile and the rear camera provides better focus and HDR services in terms of taking perfect shots to your needs. What else you are looking with a mobile, which is priced just Rs.4999/-?

Huawei Honor Bee:


This is the top of the above mentioned device under Rs.5000 in the market for sure. This is especially because, it runs on Android Kitkat OS, 1.2GHz Quad Core Processor from Qualcomm followed by 8GB internal storage makes the stuff an incredible device under this price. The mobile is also featured with 8MP rear camera with the option of taking Full HD videos. If it has a 4G LTE network support, nothing can beat it at this price.

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